Dec. 27th, Shenzhen, FS News– FS has introduced a series of high performance Ethernet switches to support next generation Metro, Data Center and Enterprise network.
FS Ethernet switches are designed based on the fourth generation high-end scalable chipset, which support L2/L3/Data Center/Metro features. FS Ethernet switches currently include five configurations, S5800-48F4S, S5850-32S2Q, S5850-48S6Q, S5850-48S2Q4C, S8050-20Q4C. S5800-48F4S is cost-effective Ethernet access and aggregation platform for Metro, Enterprise and Data Center application. It provides 48GbE fixed ports and flexible modular design to support maximum 4x10G uplinks. The other four switches are designed for high density 40G and 100G applications. All these switches feature green and energy saving by supporting the fans with speed control and power consumption adjustment. The following table tells each switch’s specific capacity and its supportable transceiver ports for SFP, SFP+, QSFP+ and QSFP28.
|Switch Types||Image||Switching Capacity||SFP Ports||SFP+ Ports||QSFP+ Ports||QSFP28 Ports||In Stock|
Note: Hot switches will be out of stock soon. So place your order ASAP.
FS also supplies various transceivers with high quality and reliability which are compatible with the above switches. For more details about FS Ethernet switches and transceivers, please contact us via email@example.com or call us on +1 (718) 577 1006.
FS is a leading manufacturer and supplier of fiber optic subsystems, components and solutions. With last four years growing, we have built our strong and professional teams in optical communication product R&D, systematic solution and supply chain management. Nowadays, we are doing business with more and more worldwide well-known corporations like CloudFlare, EXFO, Apple, MRV, JDSU, ADTRAN, Avago, EMC, etc., who have put large volume of our products into production for their Data Center or Cloud Computing application and speak highly of our service and products. We will be working together with our customers, partners and co-workers to benefit them more and contribute more to the global popularity of optical communication.